Month: December 2015
Happy new year!
2015 has been fun, and for the second year running, busy to the point of being impossible to summarise. So instead I’ll summarise what I’m going to be up to in 2016.
Make a new album via a crowdfund campaign with support from pledgemusic and sound and music as well as Computer Club. The plan is to develop Tidal through the process, including making it more accessible, and establish eulerroom as a live streaming project.
Join a new research project, big news to come on that one.
Develop a new strand of practice during a residency at the Open Data Institute, again with support from Sound and Music.
Create a Festival of Making in Performance towards the end of the year.
Finish up some projects, including the Oxford Handbook on Algorithmic Music, and the Weaving Codes, Inhabiting the Hack and Live Coding Research Network.
Plus, as ever, developing live coding performance, solo, through collaboration and by organising events.
I’ll be doing a lot of this activity as part of FoAM Kernow, and although it seems I have a lot to do, hope it’s going to be a time of reflection and sustainable new directions..
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I’ve moved this blog back to slab.org.
Slab, a recursive acronym (standing for the slab laboratory), was originally host to a strange and beautiful mailing list in 1999, grew to host a loose set of projects around the list, then hosted various iterations of my website [1, 2, 3, 4, 5], before becoming a list of things hosted on my server for many years. It feels weird, but kind of nice to be back.